Evaluation of Cartosat-1 Multi-Scale Digital Surface Modelling Over France
AbstractOn 5 May 2005, the Indian Space Research Organization launched Cartosat-1, the eleventh satellite of its constellation, dedicated to the stereo viewing of the Earth’s surface for terrain modeling and large-scale mapping, from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (India). In early 2006, the Indian Space Research Organization started the Cartosat-1 Scientific Assessment Programme, jointly established with the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. Within this framework, this study evaluated the capabilities of digital surface modeling from Cartosat-1 stereo data for the French test sites of Mausanne les Alpilles and Salon de Provence. The investigation pointed out that for hilly territories it is possible to produce high-resolution digital surface models with a root mean square error less than 7.1 m and a linear error at 90% confidence level less than 9.5 m. The accuracy of the generated digital surface models also fulfilled the requirements of the French Reference 3D®, so Cartosat-1 data may be used to produce or update such kinds of products. View Full-Text
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Gianinetto, M. Evaluation of Cartosat-1 Multi-Scale Digital Surface Modelling Over France. Sensors 2009, 9, 3269-3288.
Gianinetto M. Evaluation of Cartosat-1 Multi-Scale Digital Surface Modelling Over France. Sensors. 2009; 9(5):3269-3288.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gianinetto, Marco. 2009. "Evaluation of Cartosat-1 Multi-Scale Digital Surface Modelling Over France." Sensors 9, no. 5: 3269-3288.